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Eide


Eide is an ancient theory denoting the "Goddess-within," which is synonymous to the Greek concept of the female soul that corresponds to the Latin term Idea. Aristotle was among the first philosopher attempting to replace the ancient belief of Mother-given intelligence with a doctrine of astral theology. A.G.H.


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